Performance Physical Therapy Blog

MTIPT.com – Winter sports are a great way to stay active during colder months, as long as you participate with common sense and caution. Do not take on more than your skill level will safely allow, and wear protective equipment to ensure you can enjoy your sport for the full winter season! Before heading out … Continue reading Avoiding Winter Sports Injuries

Richmond, RI, 10/10/2017. Performance Physical Therapy is excited to announce the opening of their 13th location. Previously Washington County Physical Therapy, Performance opened its doors for business on 10/10/2017. The newest location will be led by a Dr. Andrew Horton, a board-certified orthopedic clinical specialist who has been with Performance Physical Therapy for over 7 … Continue reading Performance Physical Therapy Opens 13th Clinic

Physical Therapists Can Help America Get Back to Work The increasing use of opioids in America and the problems resulting from it have been well documented by the media. Most stories have focused on the increased number of deaths and injuries from overdoses. Many more problems related to this epidemic exist but receive less coverage. … Continue reading Now This… Opioids Are Affecting Our Labor Force

That’s why Physical Therapy is so much more than treating aches and pains. Physical therapy is an obvious choice when you’ve sprained an ankle or developed tennis elbow, but what about when you need to boost your mood? Though highly skilled in methods that improve mobility and reduce pain following an injury, physical therapists can … Continue reading We want our community to lead a healthy, fulfilling, and happy lives.

JOSPT.com – What should patients with neck pain expect from physical therapy? Nine years ago, in 2008, physical therapists published the first neck pain clinical practice guidelines. These guidelines have been updated and are now available in the July 2017 issue of the JOSPT. As before, these guidelines make recommendations based on best practices from … Continue reading What should patients with neck pain expect from physical therapy?

 
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